Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Irishman, by Christian Thompson

the irishman

I. The sun was sitting low and the fat little guard up the front hid under a hat as the chain-gang worked toward him. Dark sweat patches spread out from his pits and every now and then he fanned his

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Getting Great, by Mike Vidafar

Getting Great

Now that May, which was the month of Gatsby, has died down, I feel like it’s time for a different sort of discussion. May was positively filled with articles discussing Gatsby, and rightly so. The discussions were dis-jointed: some focused

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Posted in 2013, Non-Fiction, Op-Ed

Swaddling, by Nicole Rogers


The hat was lucky, of that I was sure. For starters, it had been rediscovered. Two days after my grandmother’s funeral, right there in the attic, tucked away in some forgotten box. All those years wasted slumbering away, yet when

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The Incident with the Brick, by Catherine Crown


I am an only child. My mother almost died having me. I’m glad she didn’t, though, because I have no idea how it would be at home with nothing besides the one word conversations between me and my dad. “Morning,”

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